Midfielder Michael Brown and striker El-Hadji Diouf are among seven experienced players that have been released by Leeds United.
Leeds United have released seven experienced players as new owner Massimo Cellino begins to make cutbacks at Elland Road.
Experienced duo Michael Brown and El-Hadji Diouf are among the players who have been told that they are free to find new clubs, with BBC Radio Leeds reporting that £3m could be saved by cutting the wage bill.
Former Stoke City winger Danny Pugh will leave, despite making 21 appearances for the Yorkshire outfit last season, while back-up goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown is another to find himself as a free agent.
Adam Drury, Paul Green and Luke Varney, who all ended the campaign on loan with another club, will also depart Brian McDermott's side.